Aotearoa New Zealand’s ability to negotiate Free Trade Agreements with some of the largest markets in the world will open new doors for Māori in global export and trade.
Register your interest to attend an online consultation workshop or hui on proposals to clarify the purpose of the Export Controls regime, revise the criteria used to assess export applications, and enhance transparency.
Te Pūtea Whakatupu Trust is encouraging rangatahi leaders across the motu to apply for its next round of funding.
The Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation is looking for an Assistant Director for Honouring Nations. Reporting to the Programme Director for the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, the Assistant Director of Honouring Nations is responsible for the day-to-day management of Honouring Contributions in the Governance of American Indian
Following an independent review of the Export Controls regime, Manatū Aorere (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade) is likely to be consulting on some proposed changes this month. Keep an eye out for opportunities to have your say! What it’s about: Manatū Aorere administers the Export Controls regime which controls the export of strategic and
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade – Manatū Aorere invites you to have your say on proposed changes to Aotearoa New Zealand’s Export Controls regime. Consultation opens today (11 August) and closes on 14 September. The Export Controls regime controls the export of strategic and certain other military end-use goods and technology, in line with Aotearoa New Zealand’s
Ngā hihi o Matariki 2022 Business & Trade Digital Series starts tomorrow and you are invited to join NZTE Director of Trade in Taiwan, Tina Wilson (Ngāti Tukorehe, Ngāti Raukawa, Muaupoko, Rangitane ki te Wairau, Ngāti Rarua Atiawa, Ngāi Tahu) for the inaugural event. Hear from a fascinating line up of Māori and indigenous Taiwanese businesses and
Aotearoa has reached a new milestone in its moves to access one of the largest science and research funds in the world, concluding its exploratory talks with the European Union. During her time in Brussels, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern met with European Union President Ursula von der Leyen to not only confirm the new NZ/EU Free